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Hong Kong Says Murder Suspect Wants to Surrender to Taiwan
Posted on 2019-10-19 15:20:13
Hong Kong's leader says the murder suspect whose case inadvertently helped
ignite the city's protest movement wants to surrender to authorities in
Taiwan.

Carrie Lam told reporters today that she had received a letter from Chan
Tong-kai requesting help to give himself up.

Chan is wanted by Taiwan authorities for allegedly killing his girlfriend
during a trip to the self-ruled island. He was not sent back to face charges
because of the lack of an extradition agreement.

He was however jailed in Hong Kong on money laundering charges and is due to
be released this week.

In an attempt to close the loophole, Lam proposed extradition amendments.

But that sparked massive protests over fears it would put residents at risk
of being sent into mainland China's Communist Party-controlled judicial
system.

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